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Newsletter 2023 July #3

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A Perfect Storm For Cybercrime

Geopolitical Instability & Economic Uncertainty: Agility and flexibility are key, as threat actors are always learning, adapting, and evolving their attack techniques. By Fabien Rech  read more


Zero Trust: A Paradigm Shift in Cybersecurity

A Constant Barrage Of Cyber Threats: Traditional perimeter-based security measures are no longer sufficient in safeguarding sensitive data and critical assets. By Helen Kruger read more


Can AI Help Reduce The Cybersecurity Workforce Gap?

Cybersecurity Operations: Automation is now regarded as a primary workforce strategy that 80% of organisations intend to pursue. By Jamal Elmellas read more


Malvertising Proliferates As Half Of Online Ads Are Now AI Generated

With malware-as-a-service and AI generated text & images easily accessible, even attackers with little or no skills can create convincing adverts. read more


A “Whole-of-Society" Approach To Cyber Crime

Active Cyber Defence: Britain's NCSC was notified of a suspicious email or website every five seconds in 2022 - that's 7.1 million suspicious incidents. read more


A Million British Medical Patient Records Hacked

Details potentially exposed include name & contact details, next of kin information, ID numbers, study details, ethnicity, and even disability codes. read more


SCADA Is Dead, Or Is It?

Advanced Manufacturing: The traditional automation pyramid has collapsed and the next generation of solutions has arrived. By Stefan Reuther read more


Iranian Hackers Using Windows Kernel Driver

Agrius Threat Group: Iranian hackers are using a new Windows kernel driver called Wintapix to get unauthorized access to targeted systems. read more

British Spy Agency Was Hacked 20 Years Ago

Two decades have passed since malware designed to evade detection & steal sensitive data was first detected on a British government device. read more

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